E. McD Johnstone
E. McD. JOHNSTONE.
WM. V. BRYAN.
FOR "THE TOURIST".
AN ILLUSTRATED MONTHLY JOURNAL OF TRAVEL AND RECREATION
Information and printed matter concerning Hotels, Summer and Winter Resorts, Railways or Steamship Lines,
will be furnished without charge by
THE TRAVELER'S" BUREAU OF INFORMATION.
STATE BOARD OF TRADE ROOMS,
SAN RANCISCO, CAL January 26,1893.
My dear sir:-
Your favor of the 24th.inst. just received. I am obliged to you for your excellent article on Kings River Yosemite which arrived a little late for the February number,but it will have an honored place in our March number. I am chasing around for C.D.Robinson (who has removed his studio from the old stand) for a few photographs for illustrating your article.
Kindly send me your bill for the article and I will forward cheque at once. We will be very glad to have you send us short articlesfrom time to time and would suggest something of Alaska for our April or May number.
When you get ready for a stroll through the Park I will do myself the honor to knock off work and accompany you.
San Francisco, Cal
1893 Jan 26
Original letter dimensions: 27.5 x 21.5 cm.
Johnstone, E McD, "Letter from E. McD Johnstone to John Muir, 1893 Jan 26." (1893). John Muir Correspondence (PDFs). 228.
Reel 07, Image 0768
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